When I die, I'm going to go to hell. In my hell there are hot tub parties, free drugs, tons of nudity, a lot of swearing, dirty dancing, and a never ending supply of good, cold Belgian beer. Sound good to you? Well praise Jesus, you're invited. Bring your friends. All you have to do is go see Bill Maher's new documentary film Religulous (in theaters Oct. 3). That's right, for a measly $10 and a couple hours of your time, you can spend all eternity in my personal juke joint corner of hell laughing, dancing, drinking, screwing, and eating Swiss chocolate. Oh yeah, I didn't mention that before: free chocolate. Come one, come all.
The point of the movie is, of course, to point out the contradictions in, and ridiculousness of, all religions. Just a bunch of popular fairy tales. A quote from the trailer:
Here's Bill Maher regarding the movie: "I don’t say in the movie that I’m an atheist. I don’t like that term, because I think it mirrors the certitude of religion. I say I don’t know. And if you don’t know—and you don’t—just man up and say you don’t know. Don’t turn to silly stories and ancient myths. That should be good enough for people. When these myths were created, when the Bible was written, man didn’t know what an atom or a germ was, or where the sun went at night, or why the women got pregnant. [Laughs.] They needed stories to answer the questions. But it’s the 21st century now, and there’s a tape on YouTube of Sarah Palin with a witch doctor! Someone who’s telling her he’s curing her of witches! It’s our country, for crying out loud. People should be ashamed, appalled, and embarrassed."
Bill Maher: ...if Santa Clause can hit every house in the world...
Ex-Jew For Jesus: I don't, I don't believe in Santa Clause
Bill Maher: Of course not. That's what I meant. Why go around the world dropping presents down a chimney. One man hearing everybody murmuring to him at the same time...that I get.
Trailer is here:
Bill's Larry King Interview (with more clips from the movie) is here...
And, of course, the Ricky Bobby Baby Jesus grace prayer is here...
Interestingly, Google searches for the movie are limited to coastal states. California and New York being the most active "Religulous" searchers.
Muslim females can get your Khimar and Naqab set (with convenient arm holes) here.
Jews can get your kosher cell phones over here.
Christians can get their Jesus Christ TV Military Cap over here